Take notes, create to-do lists, and save things you find online into Onenote or Evernote, and access all in one place.
Students can download free copies of Microsoft Office apps on up to 5 devices. Includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint and can be backed up on OneDrive.
See our instructions on how to download (university login required).
You are expected to include citations and references in your academic work. St George's institutional referencing style is Harvard, based on the guidance in the book Cite Them Right (12th edition) by Pears & Shields (2022).
There are plenty of copies available in the Library or use you can use the online version below (see the virtual tutorial below).
Login with your university login at Cite Them Right online to guide you through the referencing process. Our Harvard Referencing Guide also offers some quick reference guidance for commonly used sources.
Remember: there are many different versions of Harvard, so to ensure you are referencing your work correctly you should only follow the guidance in Cite Them Right or resources produced by the Library.
We have created this virtual tour which shows you how to navigate the Cite Them Right website.
When you see this icon click for a brief explanation.
Use to move to the bottom of the same page and use to move back up to the top of the same page.
Click on to go to another page and click on to go back to the previous page.
Have a look and get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or feedback you have.
When you find lots of information for your assignments and topics it can be difficult to keep track of all your sources. Using reference management software such as RefWorks, available to all university students, can help you to:
To learn how to use RefWorks, please see our Refworks Learning Unit on Canvas.